Travelers just upped its marketing, technology, and big data game through a partnership with Amazon that the carrier touts as a selling point for producers.
FEMA recently implemented two measures (which did not require Congressional approval) to make it easier for private insurers to operate in the flood market and, in turn, increase the take-up rate.
Learn more about how the new federal tax law and regulations will impact independent agencies during a free webinar hosted by the Big "I."
With structural reforms unlikely, the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) continues to plan for legislatively mandated program changes. Meanwhile, the growing private market is set to face its largest test yet in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence.
Homeowners’ and renters’ insurance customers just reported the highest satisfaction ever in a J.D. Power study. Learn what customers want and how you can leverage it.
An agency agreement can affect everything from your E&O coverage to indemnification requirements to book ownership. Learn how we’re helping to protect and preserve your interests, most recently by reviewing the soon to be unveiled Millers Mutual Insurance agency agreement.
If you have customers with vehicles registered in New York, take note: State regulators are stepping up enforcement of a seven-day notification period for vehicle liability insurance transactions.
Take advantage of free web resources, videos, social media content, and flyers to educate consumers about flood insurance during National Preparedness Month.
Don't let your career fall behind this autumn. Register for classroom courses coming to locations throughout the region in the weeks ahead.
Join the Big “I” for a free, members-only webinar to learn about the implementation and impacts of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act.
Some construction companies that install fencing soon will receive a significant workers’ compensation rate cut. We reached out to the DCRB and received clarification on what types of risks will be impacted by the classification procedural change.
Take your career to the next level with help from our award-winning professional training. Register for nearby classroom courses coming in September.
Delaware’s minimum auto liability limits are now consistent among all statutes per recent legislation, which prompted the Department of Insurance to re-issue Auto Bulletin No. 25.
Beginning next year, Delawareans will pay 3% more for individual health insurance through the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Build credibility by touting your IA&B membership. Our new "Proud IA&B Member" logo is available to incorporate into your advertising, letterhead, website, and more.
The countdown is on for the ultimate conference for young, independent insurance professionals. And this just in: We’ve added two additional speakers, Kevin Amrhein and Sydney Roe.
If you do business in New York, you may need to revisit your processes for file disposal by Sept. 3 to comply with the state’s Cybersecurity Rule.
New state laws impact a range of human resources issues – from health insurance coverage requirements to labor organization memberships, minimum wage increases to mandatory sexual harassment training.
Workers’ comp rates could dip even farther this year than last. The Delaware Compensation Rating Bureau (DCRB) recently filed proposed cuts, slated to take effect on Dec. 1.
Evaluate your agency’s website functionality, cybersecurity, and more by reviewing the results from the 2018 Insurance Digital Transformation Survey.
Congress is poised to continue kicking the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) can down the road. With days before the program is set to expire, the U.S. House sent another short-term extension to the Senate.
Catch a recording of last week’s 30-minute webinar, “10 Must-Haves for Insurance Agency Websites,” presented by our partners at Forge3. Then learn about a special promotion on the Forge3 ActiveAgency website platform.
If you hold a South Carolina non-resident license and have 10 employees or more, take note of the state’s new Insurance Data Security Act.
The Trump Administration plans to funnel more health insurance shoppers directly to “the private sector,” rather than to navigators, in a second year of federal funding cuts to the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
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